Sydney City Limits adds another Aussie festival to the summer calendar – what do you get for the ticket price?

This morning, the inaugural Sydney City Limits festival was announced for February 2018. Following in the footpaths of the iconic Austin City Limits two weekend long event that happens in Texas every year and more recently, the brand’s establishment in Auckland, the Australian event also signifies a confident step forward by the partnership of Secret Sounds and Live…

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Tour Diary: LA’s Entrance take us to the Desert Daze Festival at Joshua Tree

Recently, the likes of Iggy Pop, Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile, Ty Segall and Spiritualized gathered at the Joshua Tree for the 2017 Desert Daze festival – a three day music and arts festival that has grown exponentially since its inception in 2012. Performing on this stacked line up was Entrance – the project of Guy Blakeslee – hitting the Mystic Bazaar. Armed with his…

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Let’s Party at the Zoo: 8 Acts not to miss at Twilight at Taronga & the Melbourne Zoo Twilights in 2018

Sydney’s Twilight at Taronga and Melbourne’s Zoo Twilights are returning for for 2018, bringing a stack of upcoming and legendary artists to Taronga Zoo and Melbourne Zoo. The huge lineup boasts both local and international acts and promises to be a stellar concert series off the back of last years successful events. With such a…

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Melbourne’s Run Rabbit Run share five songs for inspiration, opening up on the Bloodline EP

The debut EP from Melbourne folk rockers Run Rabbit Run recently landed in the form of Bloodline, an ambitiously majestic presentation of music from a band who’ve been making decent waves for themselves on the live front through 2017. The influences are easy to draw; there’s some Fleet Foxes here, Of Monsters and Men there. As songwriter Casey…

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A handy playlist to guide you through the first official Bluesfest 2018 announcement

The first Bluesfest announcement dropped today, with some impressive names from Australia and abroad named as being Byron Bay bound next Easter. Leading the roster is Robert Plant and The Sensational Space Shifters, while the likes of Lionel Richie, Tash Sultana, The John Butler Trio and more all set to appear. Bluesfest will once again be taking place at the Tyagarah…

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Tour Diary: Melbourne’s Swim Season take us to Singapore for their debut international shows

Their first time overseas performing together, Melbourne indie group Swim Season set their sights on Singapore’s Music Matters Live a few weeks ago. Taking their upbeat music out to Singapore, Swim Season became one of the most talked about Australian acts of the live music showcase series. The band presents this special little tour video for us,…

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